#1
where is this from? some religion? it's come up in a book and I cant help feeling that I've come across it before... anyone know? possibly blind fish.
within you lay everything
every key
every secret

untouched and in plain sight
#2
PS im thinking its a yingyang deal, but theres something significant about the biting of the tail. like some sort of dischord. i dont know for sure.
within you lay everything
every key
every secret

untouched and in plain sight
#4
aha, true that. but tradationally they're supposed to be eternally tied at the tail. maybe thats it though.. *searches some more*
within you lay everything
every key
every secret

untouched and in plain sight
#5
Is it like the snake eating its own tail? Ouroboros? That symbolizes eternity or infinity
#6
i think i know what you mean, i think its just horoscope thing, they are two gold koi fish i remember
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#7
Ouroboros is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon swallowing its own tail and forming a circle. It has been used to represent many things over the ages, but it most generally symbolizes ideas of cyclicality, unity, or infinity. The ouroboros has been important in religious and mythological symbolism, but has also been frequently used in alchemical illustrations.

And has been in:

Antiquity
Norse mythology
Gnosticism
Christianity
Hinduism
African regions
Aztec religion
#9
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Is it like the snake eating its own tail? Ouroboros? That symbolizes eternity or infinity

...Lol i only know that from that Red Dwarf ep.
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#10
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This perhaps?



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